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in the normally quiet town of santa rosa. >> what do we want? >> justice! >> when do we want it? >> now! >> reporter: the fbi, san to rosa police, and sonoma police and the attorneys office are conducting investigations into lopez's death. bigad shaban, cbs news. >>> and on friday a concert will be held in honor of michael landberry who was killed last week. a beloved math teacher and former marine has been hailed as a hero. he walked toward a 12-year-old gunman to try to get him to surrender. the boy shot and killed landsberry on the spot. landsberry's wife said she was not surprised that he tried to save others. >> when i first heard this going and i didn't get a text message back from him, i knew, and when it transpired on school grounds, i knew exactly what he did. i knew that he stopped it. i knew he stepped in front. >> he served in afghanistan as a member of the national guard, and his wife said he told her he loved her every day. >>> coming up on the "morning news," taking a walk down penny lane. we'll tell you which beatles' childhood home sold for top dollar. this is the "cbs
of rosa vasquez looked just like this in january. the home has been rebuilt with donated numerous item. >> to finally have your own home and be able to come home, it's an undescribable feeling. >> there was water into the dresser drawers. >> reporter: ruth of chrisfield remembers superstorm sandy, where flooding ravaged the eastern shore town in somer set county. the storm hit the hardest in maryland. yet the building continues. >> there have been people who lost everything, people who have damage to their homes. >> reporter: 148 people were killed as a result of superstorm sandy. it cost an estimated $68 billion, making it the second costliest storm in us history, behind hurricane katrina in 2005. back to you. >> thank you, kai. >>> superstorm sandy hit a huge part of the country with unusual force. meteorologist chelsea ingram is here with a closer look at the dramatic additions up and down the east coast. >>> and coming up tomorrow night at 6:00 on wjz, rising waters. the weather team uncovers how it's not just storms that threat the shorelines, but how the coast line in our state i
. in rock away, new york the home of rosa vasquez looked like this january. the house has been rebuilt with numerous donated items. >> it's overwhelming when you don't have your own place to go to. to finally have your own home and be able to come home, it's undescribable. >> there was water into the dressing drawers. >> ruth fountain of crisfield remembers super storm sandy. flooding ravaged the eastern shore town. she's among some of the hardest hit residents in maryland. the rebuilding continues. >> they've been through a lot. there were people who lost ever. there were people who have damage to their homes. >> reporter: maryland's already received $73 million from the feds to help with our damage. they promised another $19 million more to come. i'm mike schuh reporting live. back to you. >> thank you. as you saw sandy hit the eastern sea board with incredible force. here is meteorologist chelsea ingram with more on how those conditions developed. >> one year ago today impacts from sandy were felt across the entire eastern sea board, including maryland. the whole state was effect fr
. >> reporter: in far rockaway, new york. single mom, rosa vasquez showed us around her completely renovated home. we met her back in january, when volunteers for habitat for humanity were gutting the place. >> it's overwhelming to know you have your place to go to. and to be able to and home. it's an undescribable feeling. >> reporter: heavy machines were working on the beach in seaside, new jersey, on the anniversary of the storm that left the roller coaster under water. part of it went up in flames last month and had to be fixed again. 26,000 people are still out of their homes in new jersey. >> reporter: while the scars of sandy remain, neighborhoods are putting the epic storm in their past. one day and one year at a time. >> vinita nair, wjz eyewitness news. >> tonight, coastal towns in new york and new jersey are having candlelight and flashlight vigils to mark the anniversary of the storm. new at 5:00, wjz travels to chrisfield, maryland, to see how the rebuilding effort there is still under way. >>> hard to believe, but october is quickly coming to i close. hard look right now. it's
of protesters gathered outside the santa rosa sheriff's department today, outraged over the death of 13-year-old andy lopez. he was shot seven times by a deputy last week who thought he was carrying an ak-47 rifle. it was really a plastic gun that fires plastic pellets. sheriff's deputies tried to show how similar the two guns look. the fake one is on the left. california state senator kevin de leon is considering reintroducing a bill that would require all toy guns and b.b. guns to be translucent or brightly calendar. when he proposed this in 2011, it was strongly opposed by the national rifle association and in toy gun makers. i imagine the people who make these toy guns say the point is for them to look real. >> exactly. >> reporter: and no one wants a gun that's bright pink or brightiel or bright orange. >> we're talking about children's lives. we're talking about lives cut short by law enforcement because law enforcement did not have the ability within a split nanosecond to discriminate 20 real thing and the fake gun. >> reporter: a 1988 federal law requires imitation guns to at least h
into the santa rosa church in california. his distraught parents, seen here. clarlsz mates remembered -- classmates remembered him fondly. >> andy was a really nice classmate. he would always make you smile and laugh and he was loved. >> reporter: but with the grief, there is outrage. hundreds took to the streets tuesday, many of them teenagers, skipping school. demanding justice for lopez, gunned down by a sheriff's deputy last week, who apparently thought the teenager posed a deadly threat, holding what turned out to be a toy gun, an ak-47 replica. but some think the deputy and his partner showed poor judgment. or worse, deliberately targeted a hispanic youth. >> we're here to say a badge is not a license to kill. we demand the cops be jailed. >> reporter: investigators from another police department are still reviewing the case, but thus far seem to be defending the deputy, eric yohaus, a 24- year veteran, saying he had to quickly act, based on the perceived threat. >> the weapon appeared to be real. the subject appeared to be turning toward them. and the barrel of the weapon appea
. >> the countertops, everything was donated. >> reporter: in far rockaway, new york, single mom, rosa vasquez showed us around a completely renovated home. we met her, when volunteers for habitat for humanity were there remember. >> to have your own home and be able to come home, it's an undescribal feeling. >> reporter: they were working on the beach in seaside, new jersey on the anniversary of the storm that, left a roller coaster under water. part went up in flames last month and has to be fixed again. 26,000 people are still out of their homes in new jersey. >> while the scars are sandy remain, neighborhoods are putting the epic storm in their past. one day, and one year at a time. in breezy point, new york, vinita nair, wjz eyewitness news. >> tonight, coastal towns in new york and new jersey are having candlelight and flashlight vigils to mark the anniversary of the storm. >> the mother of trayvon martin testifies on capitol hill. mary is in the newsroom with details of the topic of today's hearing. >>> just a few hours ago, sebrinna fulton spoke at a committee which is examining stand your g
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